Cloud adoption has had a tremendous impact on e-government, leading to reduced operations costs, a smaller IT footprint, the sharing of knowledge and infrastructure, and more effective public services.
Additionally, a new white paper by WSO2 Director of Solutions Architecture Mifan Careem examines the technical considerations and requirements for cloud-enabling public services through a platform as a service (PaaS).
Cloud Computing East 2014: Government Cloud Management
The interactive session, "gCLOUD© Management," is part of the event's Government gCLOUD© Track, focusing on government cloud computing deployments. As part of the panel discussion, Chris will explore government cloud management best practices for maintaining high availability, reliability and security integrity in a dynamic, hybrid environment. He also will examine the cloud-based technologies that are transforming business processes, improving efficiency, and streamlining costs.
In addition to Chris, the session will include moderator DCIA Associate Ross Freedman, and panelists: Clear Government Solutions President
White Paper: Cloud Computing in E-Government
In his white paper, "Connected Government, Cloud Enabling Public Services," Mifan Careem looks at the functional and nonfunctional challenges that arise in building an e-government stack and how an enterprise-ready PaaS can help in solving these challenges.
Mifan begins by exploring the role of cloud computing in e-government, and how organizations are focusing on the delivery of technology to end consumers. He then examines three different PaaS models for e-government: centrally owned and managed; centrally owned, but locally managed; locally owned and managed.
Mifan also discusses the major requirements of a typical multi-tenant e-government application, as well as the challenges that arise when building an e-government stack. He also explores considerations, such as a hierarchical governance model and subtenants, and a multi-tenant portal solution to support both government-to-consumer and consumer-to-government interactions.
Finally, Mifan reviews how multi-tenant, cloud-ready WSO2 Carbon enterprise middleware products, WSO2 Cloud, and WSO2 Private PaaS can effectively address digital government requirements.
The white paper can be downloaded at http://wso2.com/whitepapers/connected-government-cloud-enabling-public-services.
About the WSO2 Presenter and Author
Mifan Careem joined
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